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    Article: WHAT I SAY: NOKIA LUMIA 1020

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    If I could afford it I think I would dump my blackberry and give this a try

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    good review but I was hopping you would compare hardware. such as the camera to the HTC one or S4 or the feel of the device in the hand compared to the HTC one just to get an idea as I've never seen it in real life before.

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    I have a further instalment set up for tomorrow.

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    Good review Del. So I use my BlackBerry 's mainly for business, email an contacts I don't particularly want to put everything into Gmail which is why I haven't changed. Using Outlook is attractive. How is the mail system? Can it sync both work enterprise and personal mail and keep them separate?

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    Yes it does Dave. You can join them all into one or keep them separate. I personally don't use Outlook. But for the sake of the testing, I did. And it left me void of any further criticisms. The whole Office experience, including One Note is out of this world.
    Now, the phone also allows you to alter it's profiles and install company apps from the company servers and perform according to your IT specs.
    I wasn't able to test that, but from what I hear from Vodafone and their enterprise gurus, it's extremely efficient. Security encryption is of the highest caliber (is it possible, today?)
    This smartphone deserves a second write-up. I felt I didn't do it justice. It's going up a little later.

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